Black Lives Matter. Saint Paul Public Library joins the Urban Libraries Council in standing with all who are calling for immediate, collective action to end systemic racism.
Witnessing police violence and upheaval in our community is painful, especially if you carry trauma from systemic racism or your own individual experiences.
In light of recent events and the current political environment, Saint Paul Public Library invites our community to have courageous conversations about race, police violence, and power in institutions.
On May 20, the Saint Paul Public Library and the educational partners behind One Book | One Minnesota presented a virtual talk with Kate DiCamillo.